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Here are some simple questions if you were speaking english as your first language!Anyway,You ought to help a poor english leaner like me...thanks a million
Below are the questions:
What are the differences between these sentences?
I'm rushing my time.
I'm rushing on my time.
I'm rushing for my time. (I'm rushing for time seems to be right to convey the message here)

If they were same in meaning or not similiar(please define the difference),which is the most commom-used sentence?
2,
Are the below sentences correct?
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I will drive to there. (It means to drive a car to the place)

Somehow I come across these and I would feel it sounds weird.What do you think?
Hope to see your comments,I thank you!
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Hi,

Welcome to the Forum.

Here are some simple questions if you were speaking english as your first language!Anyway,You ought to help a poor english leaner like me...thanks a million

Below are the questions:

What are the differences between these sentences?

I'm rushing my time.

I'm rushing on my time.

I'm rushing for my time. (I'm rushing for time seems to be right to convey the message here)

None of these are right. I think you are trying to say 'I'm rushed for time', meaning "I don't have any spare time right now, I might even be late".

eg Sorry, I can't stop and talk to you, because I'm rushed for time.

If they were same in meaning or not similiar(please define the difference),which is the most commom-used sentence?

2,

Are the below sentences correct?

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I will drive to there. (It means to drive a car to the place)


Somehow I come across these and I would feel it sounds weird.What do you think? Remove the prepositions.

Best wishes, Clive
Thanks Clive,I appreciate it lots!
But,Do you think rushing time is a correct usage to an adjective?Somehow I have come across "I'm rushing time" quite often in my daily life.

I will drive there is the meaning of to drive a car to the place,what if you are to say you want to drive your car at that place,Can u say I want to drive a car at there ?or simply,remove the preposition?
Can you tell the usage of over there?
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But,Do you think rushing time is a correct usage to an adjective?Somehow I have come across "I'm rushing time" quite often in my daily life. Can you give examples? This doesn't sound natural at all to me.

what if you are to say you want to drive your car at that place,Can u say I want to drive a car at there ?or simply,remove the preposition? What do you mean, "at there"? If you want to go there, remove the preposition.

Can you tell the usage of over there? It's a very general question. "That place."
Hi,Grammar Geek
"what if you are to say you want to drive your car at that place,Can u say I want to drive a car at there ?or simply,remove the preposition? What do you mean, "at there"? If you want to go there, remove the preposition."
Here means I want to drive a car at the place I am heading to.
thanks
But,Do you think rushing time is a correct usage to an adjective?Somehow I have come across "I'm rushing time" quite often in my daily life. Can you give examples? This doesn't sound natural at all to me.
I'm moving house by the end of this month. Am rushing for time!! Where can I get cardboard boxes?
You can have a look at this below,It is written by a native speaker as I perceive.
http://au.answers.yahoo.com/answers2/frontend.php/question?qid=20080211055017AAWKdJA

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Slow LearnerI'm rushing my time.
Two connotations are possible here. One; you are rushing time, which is non nonsensical since time can't be rushed according to current laws of physics. Two; you are lessening your life, which is common usage. In the context of the second example, other statements may be formed.
Slow LearnerI'm rushing on my time.
This is incorrect. Maybe "I’m pressed on time?"
Slow LearnerI'm rushing for my time.
Hmmm... I think I just figured out what you're trying to say? I think what you want to say is: I’m rushing due to being pressed on time. There are better ways to word that statement, though. Post the paragraph for context.
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Slow LearnerI will drive to there.
I will drive there.
Hi Lochel
Will you say I'm rushing with my time is correct?
Hi,

I looked at



There are lots of examples of bad English on the internet, and this is one of them.

Best wishes, Clive
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